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How Much Does A 80 Series Land Cruiser Weight?

How Much Does A 80 Series Land Cruiser Weight?

The weight of a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series can vary depending on the specific model, trim level, and any additional features or accessories.

Here are the approximate curb weights (without passengers or cargo) for some common 80 Series Land Cruiser models…

  • Toyota Land Cruiser FJ80 (U.S. model) – The curb weight of a base model FJ80 typically ranges from approximately 4,800 to 5,200 pounds (2,177 to 2,359 kilograms), depending on the specific trim level, options, and equipment.
  • Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ80 (Diesel model) – The curb weight of a diesel-powered HZJ80 variant is often slightly heavier, with estimates ranging from approximately 5,100 to 5,500 pounds (2,313 to 2,495 kilograms).

Keep in mind that these weights are approximate values, and the actual weight of a specific Land Cruiser 80 Series can vary based on factors such as the model year, equipment, region, and any modifications made to the vehicle. The weight may be higher when the vehicle is fully loaded with passengers, cargo, and fuel. It’s advisable to consult the vehicle’s owner’s manual or check the manufacturer’s specifications for precise weight information for your particular Land Cruiser 80 Series model.

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